Electronic (e) Journals on your Fingertips

Electronic (e ) Journals on your Fingertips

By: Mrs. Conchita Teresa M. Olivares

August 11, 2010

Technology has allowed libraries to enhance its resources by utilizing what is available on the internet. Aside from books, journals are excellent sources of information that are current, reliable and useful for research.

The iLRC recognizes the wealth of information found in these professional journals, be it print or electronic. To provide access to these e-journals , the iLRC will feature the electronic Table of Contents of specific titles each month. This month features selected Filipiniana e – journals available from Philipine Journals Online. All you have to do is CLICK!


Malay is a multi-disciplinary journal published biannual by De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, in the Filipino language. The journal accepts articles on any field of study, as long as these articles are written in Filipino. The journal provides an outlet for the scholarly research of academics writing in that language.


The official journal of the Psychological Association of the Philippines


It is a forum for the dissemination of research in the humanities and social sciences, the expression of scholarly views on various aspects of Philippine life, and the pursuit of friendly and constructive debate. It fosters the study of the Philippines in theoretical, interdisciplinary, comparative, transnational, and global perspectives. It seeks to reach an audience of specialists and nonspecialists, in the Philippines and across the world. Founded in 1953, it is published quarterly by the Ateneo de Manila University.

Sources:Philippine journals online. Retrieved August 10, 2010 from http://philjol.org


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